“Fleabag” fans waiting in line for tickets to the West End play that inspired the Amazon television series were given a special treat by none other than the show’s creator and star Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Mr. Hot Priest himself, Andrew Scott.

Early on Saturday, the pair surprised theatregoers hoping for a chance to snag tickets to the much sought-after show with gin & tonics — what else?

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The canned G&Ts are a nod to the show’s second season which sees Waller-Bridge and Scott develop a taboo bond over the classic and convenient beverage.

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The one-woman staged version of “Fleabag”, that runs at London’s Wyndham Theatre until Sept. 14, is completely sold out but some tickets are made available on the day of each show. It’s those tickets that desperate fans have been waiting in line outside for over five hours trying to get. And it’s no wonder as the West End play marks the last time Waller-Bridge will portray the beloved Fleabag. The second season of the series, which was nominated for 11 Emmys, was also the show’s last.